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Children cheer superstar Peppa Pig at premiere
Hundreds of Chinese youngsters cheered for their hero - Peppa Pig - at the premiere in Beijing on Tuesday for the upcoming "Peppa Celebrates Chinese New Year."
The rise of online drama in China
As Netflix aims to make history at this year's Academy Awards, dramas produced by China's incredibly popular streaming services are finding their way onto traditional television channels.
Costume action film featuring child actors set for release
A costume action film Yang's Female Warriors, featuring child actors, is releasing on Jan 25 in China's cinemas.
Out of this world
From Crazy Stone to No Man's Land to Dying to Survive, most of the films Ning Hao has directed or produced use black comedy to examine social issues.
Documentary explores the significance of Zhongguancun
Liu Junwei had been planning to make a documentary about Zhongguancun, China's entrepreneurial and innovation hub in Beijing, for years.
Film featuring history timeline of China-Cambodia friendship premieres
A documentary film titled The History Timeline of China-Cambodia Friendship premiered here on Wednesday, aiming at further deepening cultural and people-to-people ties between the two countries, officials said.
Real-life topics becoming a hit in China's movie market
The year 2018 will be remembered in the history of Chinese cinema because "most of the successful films were based on real-life stories, or explored social issues," said a report by China Daily Wednesday quoting a scholar.
'Roma' and 'The Favourite' lead 2019 Oscars race
"Roma" and "The Favourite" are leading the race for the 91st Academy Awards, with 10 nominations each, the U.S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday.
Report on hit films and TV shows of 2018 released
Beijing Normal University's School of Journalism and Communication released a report on the top Chinese films and TV shows of 2018 on Jan. 19.
TV, film sectors targeted in tax crackdown
China's tax authority chased down 11.75 billion yuan ($1.73 billion) in unpaid taxes last year from film and TV industry professionals after a campaign investigating tax evasion revealed widespread abuses, said the State Administration of Taxation on Tuesday.
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